- From: The alMIGHTY N <natlee75@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 26 Dec 2008 06:45:37 -0800 (PST)
On Dec 25, 3:59 am, ks...@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
On Dec 24, 10:29 am, The alMIGHTY N <natle...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
On Dec 24, 1:08 am, alai9...@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
I saw this old 360 game for $5 at local game shop.
Should I go for it? How is the gameplay?
Take any of the recent Grand Theft Auto games, strip out everything
except the main storyline mission, make the player character a super-
powered freak, and add a bunch of glowing balls of energy all over the
It's definitely worth buying even at earlier prices but don't expect a
whole lot. It's a good first effort but not a whole lot more than
that. Once you've beaten all the storyline quests, there's literally
nothing else to do except climb buildings looking for those glowing
What about the 'keys' to the city' free DLC??? It refreshes the game
and adds lots of new content ,including anywhere jump ramps, all kinds
of new weapons ,super agent where you can jump almost entirely accross
the map and swim like your on 4,000 hits of speed. YOu can set up
giant multiple chain reaction explosions. Also even with the regular
edition you can respawn all of the enemy factions without having to
start a new game,so you don't have an empty city. I had way more fun
with Crackdown than GTA IV , especially with the 'keys to the city'
DLC. Insane fun and much more content then what you described. Much
more than just jumping around collecting orbs.
Here's just a little tatse of the 'keys to the city' extras
Keys to the City is basically just a cheat mode. I'm talking more
along the lines of actual missions and collectibles and not only
random things you decide to after you've downloaded a cheat update
that wasn't part of the game in the first place.
There is no other true content once you've beaten the story mode. As
it's a sandbox game, you're going to be able to do some random things,
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